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Hi I am running Mac OSX Version 10.6.8 I wanted to find out if there is a site that I can download for free, a program that I can run on my mac that can detect duplicated files. Can anyone help me please.
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Yes, you can do this for free with the Mac's built-in Automator program, by using this downloadable action file: Compare Folders | Automator World

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Thank you sir I will give it a try tomorrow
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